From the Apple Watch, to the Samsung Gear and Huawei 2, more and more smartwatches are popping up every day on people’s wrists. What started as a luxurious fashion accessory is becoming increasingly respected as a useful wearable.
Ever since the Nike+ FuelBand came out in 2012, proving the appeal of wrist‑based activity tracking, the category has exploded. Nowadays, a whole industry has emerged around this market, led by brands like Fitbit and Xiaomi.
u‑blox demonstrates its new super low power GNSS receiver for portable applications, UBX‑M8230‑CT, as well as LTE Cat 1 technology and Wi‑Fi and Bluetooth gateway connectivity at its showroom 2C3MR in Hall 2 of
Although people intuitively see the human body and mind as somehow distinct from the hard machinery of science and engineering, the healthcare industry has always been an early adopter of the new technologies – from the first surgical tools and prosthetic limbs to more recent innovations, like MR
Whether it’s called the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) or Industrie 4.0, the sensing, communication and analysis of data toward improving processes and outcomes is transforming industries from manufacturing and healthcare to transportation, fleet management, mining and agriculture.